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The kimono(着物, きもの) is a traditional Japanese garment. Over time, the kimono has come to be a T-shaped wrapped garment with set sleeve lengths, variations and a set way of construction. The plural of kimono is kimono, as Japanese does not distinguish plural nouns, though the English plural kimonos is also used. Kimono are often worn for important public holidays and festivals, and for formal occasions such as weddings and funerals. The kimono is usually worn ankle-length, though women's kimono are longer as their kimono are folded at the hip. The uchikake is often heavily brocaded and is supposed to be worn outside the actual kimono and obi, as a sort of coat. Often in modern kimonos the hiyoku is simply the name for the double-sided lower half of the kimono which may be exposed to other eyes depending on how the kimono is worn.